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Victim of Davangere Accident Gives New Life to 6 Patients through Organ Donation

Victim of Davangere Accident Gives New Life to 6 Patients through Organ Donation Manipal: In a road accident that happened at 4.00 pm on January 22 at Gummanuru road, Gudalu village, in Davangere, Mrs Indramma B M aged 57 W/O Nanjundappa H N, was admitted to the Kasturba Hospital, Manipal on January 23. Severely [] The post Victim of Davangere Accident Gives New Life to 6 Patients through Organ Donation appeared first on Mangalorean.com .

Mangalorean 25 Jan 2022 6:54 pm

With Theme We Are Indians Firstly & Lastly Republic Day celebrated at St Theresas School

With Theme We Are Indians Firstly & Lastly Republic Day celebrated at St Theresas School- Bendore by the Primary School students Mangaluru: Republic Day, celebrated every year on 26th January has a special significance in the history of India. To make the event memorable the national event is celebrated every year with a lot of [] The post With Theme We Are Indians Firstly & Lastly Republic Day celebrated at St Theresas School appeared first on Mangalorean.com .

Mangalorean 25 Jan 2022 6:38 pm

Hassan medical college assistant prof suspended for alleged sexual harassment of PG student

The principal secretary of medical education Navin Raj Singh who is also the vice president of HIMS has suspended Dr Lokesh and ordered a departmental inquiry in this regard

The New Indian Express 25 Jan 2022 6:14 pm

Assistant Sub Inspector Vijay Kanchan Conferred with Presidents Police Medal for Meritorious Service

Assistant Sub Inspector Vijay Kanchan of Kadri East Police Station in the city Conferred with Presidents Police Medal for Meritorious Service Mangaluru: Vijay Kanchan -the Assistant Sub Inspector (ASI) at Kadri East Police Station has been conferred with the prestigious Presidents Police Medal for meritorious service. Every year, the Union Home Ministry, Government of India [] The post Assistant Sub Inspector Vijay Kanchan Conferred with Presidents Police Medal for Meritorious Service appeared first on Mangalorean.com .

Mangalorean 25 Jan 2022 6:06 pm

Ministers are United and Committed to Work for the People: CM Bommai

Ministers are United and Committed to Work for the People: CM Bommai Bengaluru: Appointment of district in-charge ministershas been done after discussing it with all the ministers. They are all united and there is no discontent. We are all committed to work for the welfare of the people and run the government in the most [] The post Ministers are United and Committed to Work for the People: CM Bommai appeared first on Mangalorean.com .

Mangalorean 25 Jan 2022 5:40 pm

Rape chargesheet against seer Raghaveshwara is void, says HC: Whose lapse is it?

Law, Order and Justice The HC order means that everything that happened after the chargesheet was filed, including the trial and court proceedings, have been held as bad in law, on technical grounds. Sanyukta Dharmadhikari A procedural lapse by the Karnataka state government in 2015 and a very technical view taken by the Karnataka High Court has led to the chargesheet filed against rape-accused Raghaveshwara Bharathi Swamy to be held null and void. The Karnataka High Court has ruled that the chargesheet in a 2014 rape case against the head seer of the Ramachandrapura Math was not filed by the appropriate police station, and therefore it has no consequence in law. This judgment means that everything that happened after the chargesheet was filed, including trial and court proceedings, has been held as bad in law, on technical grounds. The case is from 2014, when a woman employed as a Rama Katha singer at the Ramachandrapura Math, alleged that she was sexually assaulted multiple times between 2011 and 2014 by Raghaveshwara Bharathi Swamy. The chargesheet was filed in September 2015, when the Congress was in power in the state. A Karnataka sessions court in 2016 discharged the seer, saying that there is absolutely no iota of materials to frame the charges against the accused. The survivor, as well as the state, had filed two separate criminal revision petitions in the High Court in 2016 against the trial court discharge verdict. The Karnataka High Court bench of Justice Srishananda on December 29, 2021, dismissed both the criminal revision petitions on two counts one that the survivor did not have the legal capacity to challenge the trial court verdict, and that the Crime Investigation Department (CID) team which filed the chargesheet in the rape case did not have the jurisdiction to do so, and hence the chargesheet is invalid. Coming to the states revision petition, filed by the CID in the Karnataka High Court, the bench of Justice Srishananda held that as per criminal law, the chargesheet has to be filed by an officer at a police station. This is mandated under Section 173 of the Code of Criminal Procedure (CrPC). The law says: As soon as it is completed, the officer in charge of the police station shall forward to a Magistrate empowered to take cognizance of the offence on a police report, a report in the form prescribed by the State Government. However, since the Crime Investigation Department (CID), which filed the chargesheet, was not officially designated as a police station, the chargesheet does not stand in law. The Crime Investigation Department has an investigation wing headquartered in Bengaluru, but it is not designated as a police station. A 1979 Karnataka government notification allows CID officers to investigate an offence and this officer will be an officer-in-charge of the police station. But the court has said that the criminal law is clear and though the CID can investigate cases, the chargesheet has to be filed by the police station where the FIR was lodged. In this case, this did not happen, the court said. The court relied on a recent Karnataka High Court judgment to say that as per law, only an officer in charge of the police station can file a conclusive report or a chargesheet in a case. Though the prosecution cited a government order, the High Court held that the government order only empowers the CID to investigate the case, but the chargesheet should have been filed by the police station in this case, the Girinagar police station where the FIR was first registered. The basic requirement of declaration of an officer of CID to be an officer-in-charge of the police station, that is, the office of CID should be declared to be a police station. Admittedly, there is no notification issued under Section 2(m) (supra) declaring an officer of CID to be a police station. Therefore, the officer-in-charge in the office of the CID cannot be an officer-in-charge of a police station, without at the outset the office of the CID being declared as a police station, a different bench of the Karnataka High Court had held earlier on December 13. (Notably, this was a petition filed by one Mahesh*, against proceedings of his divorce case, and the woman he is married to has also accused Raghaveshwara Bharathi of raping her multiple times when she was a minor.) Not a precedent However, it is surprising that firstly, the chargesheet was not filed as per the law by the officer-in-charge at the Girinagar police station who first filed the rape case in 2014. Secondly, the Karnataka High Court has ruled in a very technical manner, says Bengaluru-based senior advocate S Balan. Consider the example of the City Crime Branch (CCB) in Karnataka, he explains. The CCB is also an investigating team. The Commissioner of Police directs the CCB to probe a case for a specific investigative purpose. The CCB is also not a police station. However, they file chargesheets in cases like cybercrime, economic offences exceeding Rs 1 crore, murder cases in all these cases, they can investigate and file chargesheet. Now, on a similar note, the Karnataka High Court in January 2021 said that the CCB cannot file a chargesheet. This case has been stayed and is pending in the Supreme Court. But, there are cases where chargesheets have been filed by the CCB and this technical issue is not raised. In the rape case, there's an influential Hindu swamy who is the accused. It is a controversial point. And the court has held the chargesheet issue only in this case. Can the court quash all such chargesheets? Can the court nullify the authority of CID? he asks. A woman is raped, and just for a technical ground, the courts say that investigating agencies cannot file a chargesheet then what about the woman? Should this be set aside or should it be referred to the police station to file a chargesheet? advocate Balan asks. Advocate Balan says that there have been cases where the CID, or even the CCB, has filed a chargesheet and the accused have been convicted for life. They (courts) don't even grant bail, he says, adding that this is where a 'predictive policing algorithm comes into play that there is a bias, often over the religion of the accused. Take the case of Abdul Nasser Madani, leader of Kerala's People Democratic Party, who is facing trial in the 2008 Bengaluru serial blasts case. In the Madani case, the chargesheet was filed by the CCB, and the court does not grant bail. The trial has been going on for the last 13 years, advocate Balan says. See, I openly say, if a Muslim is an offender in a case, whatever the police do, the High Courts do not intervene, the advocate says. If the accused is a Muslim, no technicality. If the accused is a Hindu Swamiji, all technicalities the High Court considers. It's very discriminating. That's how the state works, the judiciary works, he adds. Why court dismissed survivors petition In the revision petition filed by the survivor, the accused seers counsel had submitted to the court that she cannot contest every order of the court in the course of the trial, which the High Court has agreed with. The High Court said that in India, under the law, a victim has limited rights to contest or appeal against an order. According to criminal laws in India, a victim or survivor of a crime can appeal against a final order only under three conditions. One, the victim can appeal against an order of acquittal; two, if the punishment or sentence is lesser or inadequate; and three, in case compensation is not enough or is inadequate. Victimology, or the study of victims of a crime, is a developing concept of India, the court held, and victims have a very specific right. This specific right to appeal cannot be applied to each and every order that is passed by the trial court. The court said that the state or public prosecutor is empowered by the criminal laws to contest the trial court order, but a victim or survivor of that crime is not necessarily empowered to do so. The court cannot pass orders to allow the victims appeal because it is the Legislatures job to strengthen victims rights in India, and the judiciary cannot usurp the area of the Legislature through a judicial order. In future, on the further development of victimology, the legislature may carve out necessary rights for the victim as well, even to challenge the orders that would be passed during the trial depending upon the need that may arise in a given case, the High Court held. Also read: Indias justice system hardly cares about what the victim wants, and this must change Therefore, the survivors revision petition was held not maintainable and was dismissed by the Karnataka High Court. A fit case for appeal This is a fit case for the Supreme Court to examine, legal experts whom TNM spoke to said. The survivors lawyer, speaking to TNM, had said that they are planning to appeal against the High Court order in the Supreme Court. The case pertains to the alleged sexual assault of a woman disciple who had joined the Rama Katha programme at the Ramachandrapura Math in 2010 and was the main singer in a troupe of five. The seer allegedly started making advances towards her in September 2011, and in October 2011, he allegedly raped her. He allegedly also called her into his private chambers on the pretext of 'praying to Lord Rama', and according to the survivor, she could not resist the sexual assault as she was suffused with the fear of divine wrath and felt bound by the vow forced on her. A case was filed, and after the trial, the Karnataka trial court acquitted him. The woman and the police probing the case had both filed separate petitions in the Karnataka High Court challenging the verdict. Raghaveshwara Bharathi, originally Harish Sharma before he became a godman, is the current head seer of Ramachandrapura Math in Karnatakas Shivamogga district. He belongs to the small but extremely powerful Havyaka Brahmin caste in Karnataka. Apart from this rape case, and another one involving a minor, Raghaveshwara Bharathi has also been facing other cases there are charges of alleged land grabbing and misuse of power against him. TNM had earlier reported on the series of recusals by Karnataka High Court judges from various cases that Raghaveshwara is facing. Read here: A powerful Karnataka seer accused in two rape cases and a saga of recusals by judges (*Name changed to protect survivors identity)

The News Minute 25 Jan 2022 5:36 pm

BNYS Results: Alvas gets 6 Ranks among Top 10; Shruthi first, Vaishnavi second

BNYS Results: Alvas gets 6 Ranks among Top 10; Shruthi first, Vaishnavi second Moodbidri: Shruthi of Alvas College of Naturopathy and Yogic Sciences secured the first rank with a gold medal in the Bachelor of Naturopathy and Yogic Sciences examination whose results were announced recently. Among the top 10 rank holders, 6 are from Alvas. [] The post BNYS Results: Alvas gets 6 Ranks among Top 10; Shruthi first, Vaishnavi second appeared first on Mangalorean.com .

Mangalorean 25 Jan 2022 5:33 pm

Karnataka: Final-year medical students seek postponement of exams, stage virtual protest - The Indian Express

Karnataka: Final-year medical students seek postponement of exams, stage virtual protest The Indian Express

Google News 25 Jan 2022 5:31 pm

Property acquired in spouses name allowed for exemption under Section 54: Karnataka high court - Moneycontrol.com

Property acquired in spouses name allowed for exemption under Section 54: Karnataka high court Moneycontrol.com

Google News 25 Jan 2022 5:30 pm

Karnataka Bengaluru News Live: No discontent over district in-charge allocation, says CM Bommai - The Indian Express

Karnataka Bengaluru News Live: No discontent over district in-charge allocation, says CM Bommai The Indian Express

Google News 25 Jan 2022 5:29 pm

Karnataka: Elderly couple found murdered in Davangere - The Indian Express

Karnataka: Elderly couple found murdered in Davangere The Indian Express

Google News 25 Jan 2022 5:24 pm

MCC Introduces Web Portal/Apps To Renew Trade Licenses & Pay Property Taxes Online

MCC Introduces Web Portal/Apps To Renew Trade Licenses & Pay Property Taxes Online Mangaluru: Addressing the media persons during a press meet held at MCC Conference Hall on Tuesday, 25 January 2022, Mangaluru City Corporation Mayor Premanand Shetty said, We are happy to announce that we have introduced a new app/web portal to apply [] The post MCC Introduces Web Portal/Apps To Renew Trade Licenses & Pay Property Taxes Online appeared first on Mangalorean.com .

Mangalorean 25 Jan 2022 5:21 pm

Senior doctor kisses junior in lift, lands in trouble in Karnataka - Telangana Today

Senior doctor kisses junior in lift, lands in trouble in Karnataka Telangana Today

Google News 25 Jan 2022 4:40 pm

After resigning from Cong, RPN Singh joins BJP

After resigning from Cong, RPN Singh joins BJP New Delhi: Former Union Minister and senior Congress leader R.P.N. Singh on Tuesday joined the BJP here. He joined the BJP in presence of Union Ministers Dharmendra Pradhan, Anurag Thakur and Jyotiraditya Scindia, deputy Chief Ministers of Uttar Pradesh Dinesh Sharma and Keshav Prasad Maurya, state [] The post After resigning from Cong, RPN Singh joins BJP appeared first on Mangalorean.com .

Mangalorean 25 Jan 2022 4:18 pm

18th-century Kodagu edifice with many tales to tell hopes for revival

This edifice is believed to be the house of Hombale Nayaka, a close aide of King Dodda Veera Rajendra who once ruled Kodagu kingdom, said Nagesh Kaluru, a writer.

The New Indian Express 25 Jan 2022 4:01 pm

Karnataka: Hands and legs shackled, 66-year-old swims 3.550km - Times of India

Karnataka: Hands and legs shackled, 66-year-old swims 3.550km Times of India

Google News 25 Jan 2022 3:07 pm

Will submit proposal to declare Hesaraghatta grasslands conservation reserve: Karnataka Forest Minister - The Indian Express

Will submit proposal to declare Hesaraghatta grasslands conservation reserve: Karnataka Forest Minister The Indian Express

Google News 25 Jan 2022 2:21 pm

After video of Karnataka farmer humiliated at showroom goes viral, Anand Mahindra responds - The Indian Express

After video of Karnataka farmer humiliated at showroom goes viral, Anand Mahindra responds The Indian Express

Google News 25 Jan 2022 2:19 pm

Parents' Separation Shouldn't Impact a Child's Education: Karnataka HC - The Swaddle

Parents' Separation Shouldn't Impact a Child's Education: Karnataka HC The Swaddle

Google News 25 Jan 2022 1:54 pm

Third COVID wave at its peak in Dharwad, next 10 days crucial to control virus, say officials

The positivity rate remains around 17 to 21 per cent which has become a big concern among the district administration, health experts and public

The New Indian Express 25 Jan 2022 1:41 pm

Bengaluru records 22% annual growth in domestic passenger traffic in 2021

Aviation During the period, the Bengaluru airport has been able to recover 48% of the pre-COVID level traffic of 33.65 million total passengers handled in CY 2019. IANS PTI The Kempegowda International Airport, Bengaluru (BLR Airport) has welcomed 16.07 million passengers, registering a growth of 18.9 per cent in Calender Year 2021 (CY 2021) when compared to 13.51 million passengers in 2020. During the period, the BLR Airport has been able to recover 48.0 per cent of the pre-COVID level traffic of 33.65 million passengers handled in CY 2019. The airport also recorded its highest-ever cargo tonnage, despite a turbulent pandemic environment. With the gradual easing of curbs by various state governments, domestic passenger traffic recorded a double-digit growth of 22.0 per cent, an upswing from 12.39 million in CY 2020 to 15.12 million in CY 2021. During the period, the BLR Airport processed an all-time high tonnage of 406,688 Metric Tonnes (MT) of cargo, recording a significant growth of 28.6 per cent versus 316,305 MT in 2020. Similarly, the international cargo recorded a 32.8 per cent growth, 265,873 MT processed, as compared to 200,209 MT in 2020. Domestic cargo grew at 21.3 per cent, 140,815 MT processed versus 116,096 MT in 2020. The US and Europe continue to be the top trade lanes from BLR Airport.The tremendous recovery in air cargo is a positive sign for the aviation sector that has been severely impacted by the pandemic, said Hari Marar, MD and CEO, Bangalore International Airport Limited.The key factors that contributed to the cargo growth at Bengaluru Airport are our resilient ecosystem that ensured efficient operations round the clock; focus on supply chain efficiencies; conducive geographic location, aided with robust infrastructure and technology; right mix of commodities, and adequate airline capacities to key markets, globally, Marar added. A total of 13 airlines operate freighters to and from Bengaluru Airport to various domestic and international destinations. Notably, the BLR Airport has emerged as the number 1 airport in the country for perishable exports, accounting for 31.0 per cent of India's total perishable shipments during FY 2020-21. Meanwhile, international passenger traffic shrunk by 15.5 per cent, from 1.12 million in CY 2020 to 0.94 million in CY 2021.The positive environment in 2021 ignited hopes for a better 2022 in terms of recovery. However, the recent outbreak of the new Omicron variant followed by a rapid surge in Covid-19 cases across the country is expected to suppress growth further, said Marar.We believe that air traffic will eventually recover. However, the pace of recovery will depend on factors such as favorable policies by regulators and easing of travel restrictions across the country and the globe, amongst others, he added. The year also saw a significant growth in the number of domestic destinations from 54 (pre-Covid) to 74, the highest ever for Bengaluru Airport. Meanwhile, the BLR Airport currently serves 20 international destinations under the Government of India's Air Bubble arrangement. The top domestic routes in CY 2021 were Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai, Hyderabad and Goa, with these sectors contributing 40.0 per cent to the traffic. On the international front, Dubai, Male, Doha, London, and Frankfurt were the top cities, contributing 70.0 per cent to the traffic. In January, Air India commenced the twice weekly, non-stop Bengaluru-San Francisco service. With this, BLR Airport became the first airport in South and Central India to have direct connectivity to North America. Japan Airlines commenced flights under the Air Bubble arrangement between Bengaluru-Tokyo Narita from March 2021. Meanwhile, United Airlines and American Airlines are expected to commence operations in 2022 to San Francisco and Seattle, respectively. BLR Airport concluded the year 2021 on a memorable note by winning the CII Customer Obsession Award from the Confederation of Indian Industries. This is the first time that an Airport in India has won the CII Customer Obsession Award.

The News Minute 25 Jan 2022 12:04 pm

B'luru: Positivity among pregnant women rising

Gynaecologists in Bengaluru have raised concerns over the increasing trend of pregnant women contracting Covid. While most of these women are asymptomatic, the very fact that they have been infected by the virus has led to stress among the women themselves and family members too.

The Times of India 25 Jan 2022 11:10 am

Fresh Fish - Karnataka Fish Vendors to Get Solar-powered EVs - Saurenergy

Fresh Fish - Karnataka Fish Vendors to Get Solar-powered EVs Saurenergy

Google News 25 Jan 2022 10:53 am

Maha BJP MLAs son among 7 medical students killed as car plunges into river

Maha BJP MLAs son among 7 medical students killed as car plunges into river Nagpur: In a shocking accident, at least seven medical students were killed when their SUV lost control and plunged off a bridge into a river. The accident happened late on Monday, officials said. According to police, the accident took place [] The post Maha BJP MLAs son among 7 medical students killed as car plunges into river appeared first on Mangalorean.com .

Mangalorean 25 Jan 2022 10:48 am

UP: Man climbs on tower with kids over wifes infidelity

UP: Man climbs on tower with kids over wifes infidelity Kanpur Dehat (UP): High drama was witnessed in Kanpur Dehat for over an hour when a man, upset over his wifes alleged affair with a local man, climbed the tower with his children and threatened to commit suicide. The incident took place on Monday [] The post UP: Man climbs on tower with kids over wifes infidelity appeared first on Mangalorean.com .

Mangalorean 25 Jan 2022 10:28 am

BJP MLA Yatnal says many ministers ready to join Cong

BJP MLA Yatnal says many ministers ready to join Cong Bengaluru: The ruling BJP in Karnataka is rattled after senior leader Basavana Gouda Patil Yatnals statement on present cabinet ministers ready to join the Congress after the announcement of elections in the state. With Congress President D.K. Shivakumar and opposition leader Siddaramaiah endorsing the statements [] The post BJP MLA Yatnal says many ministers ready to join Cong appeared first on Mangalorean.com .

Mangalorean 25 Jan 2022 10:22 am

PM to M'luru teen: Achievements bigger than your age

The PM, during an interaction with Pradhan Mantri Rashtriya Bal Puraskar awardees, congratulated Remona Evette Pereira, 16, a I PU student from Padua PU College, via video conferencing .

The Times of India 25 Jan 2022 10:18 am

Former call centre employee held in Bengaluru for running fake IT recruitment firm

Crime The police have seized 40 fake appointment letters from the accused, who hails from Maharashtra, and are investigating the matter. IANS Representative image The Karnataka Police have nabbed a 34-year-old former call centre employee on charges of cheating engineering graduates and job aspirants in the pretext of getting them a placement in a top software company in Bengaluru, the police said on Tuesday, January 25. The police have seized 40 fake appointment letters from the accused and are investigating the matter. The accused has been identified as Sanjeev Gangaram Gurkha, a resident of Chinchanwad, Pune in Maharashtra. The accused gave advertisements on social media and other platforms announcing recruitment to a top software company based in the Manyata Tech Park in Bengaluru. He has also opened eight bank accounts to receive money from gullible candidates, said the police. When job aspirants contacted him, he conducted online interviews. The accused after announcing that they have got through the interview, would ask them to deposit money towards laptop and other equipment. He would tell the victims that they will have to work from home. He took Rs 1.5 lakh from each job aspirant, according to police. The accused had sent appointment letters to as many as 40 such job aspirants. The preliminary investigation has confirmed the accused receiving money from four candidates. The police are contacting other candidates and say that the accused may have cheated hundreds of gullible job aspirants. The cheating came to light when victims approached the company headquarters with fake appointment letters. The company HR manager subsequently filed a complaint with Sampigehalli police on January 13. The investigation has revealed that the accused worked at the call centre unit at Pune run by the same tech firm. While on job he had collected a few letters from the HR department and created fake logos and letterheads to carry out fake racket.

The News Minute 25 Jan 2022 9:48 am

Kodiyalche Chedu Remona Pereira Receives Pradhan Mantri Rashtriya Bal Puraskar 2022 from PM

Kodiyalche Chedu (Kudla/Mangaluru Girl) 17-year-old Remona Evette Pereira Receives Pradhan Mantri Rashtriya Bal Puraskar 2022 from Prime Minister Narendra Modi to mark the National Girl Child Day. Remona has received the award for her exceptional achievements in the field of art and culture Mangaluru: Yet another proud moment for Mangaloreans, especially Roman Catholics from Rome [] The post Kodiyalche Chedu Remona Pereira Receives Pradhan Mantri Rashtriya Bal Puraskar 2022 from PM appeared first on Mangalorean.com .

Mangalorean 25 Jan 2022 8:57 am

Varun shares unseen pictures from wedding on 1st anniversary with Natasha

Varun shares unseen pictures from wedding on 1st anniversary with Natasha Mumbai: On his first wedding anniversary on Monday, actor Varun Dhawan treated his fans with a string of unseen pictures from his D-Day celebrations with his wife Natasha Dalal. Varun shared a slew of pictures on Instagram from the ceremony where the couple exchanged [] The post Varun shares unseen pictures from wedding on 1st anniversary with Natasha appeared first on Mangalorean.com .

Mangalorean 25 Jan 2022 8:33 am

Ban film Why I Killed Gandhi, Maha Congress urges Uddhav Thackeray

Ban film Why I Killed Gandhi, Maha Congress urges Uddhav Thackeray Mumbai: The Maharashtra Congress on Monday urged Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray to ban the film Why I Killed Gandhi, set to release on various OTT platforms on January 30, the anniversary of Mahatma Gandhis assassination. Similarly, the All India Cine Workers Association (AICWA) [] The post Ban film Why I Killed Gandhi, Maha Congress urges Uddhav Thackeray appeared first on Mangalorean.com .

Mangalorean 25 Jan 2022 8:27 am

Several injured in German university shooting

Several injured in German university shooting Berlin: A gunman wounded several people at Germanys Heidelberg University, according to local police. The incident took place on Monday. The perpetrator, who was dead, used a long gun to injure several people in a lecture hall, the police said on Twitter. Local television NTV quoted police as saying [] The post Several injured in German university shooting appeared first on Mangalorean.com .

Mangalorean 25 Jan 2022 8:26 am

BJP stakes claim in Gadag-Betgeri City Municipal Council

The Times of India 25 Jan 2022 8:20 am

BJP pips Cong by one vote to wrest power in Gadag council

After a gap of 14 years, the BJP managed to wrest power in the Gadag-Betgeri City Municipal Council (GBCMC) on Monday, with the saffron partys Usha Mahesh Dasar being elected as the urban local bodys president, with Sunanda Prakash Bakale elected as the vice-president.

The Times of India 25 Jan 2022 7:50 am

SWR to upgrade infrastructure

South Western Railway has undertaken track renewal and engineering works to improve sectional speeds, loop line speeds at stations and to eliminate permanent speed restrictions.

The Times of India 25 Jan 2022 7:50 am

Relaunch Yashaswini scheme: Ryots

Karnataka Rajya Raita Sangha and Hasiru Senes district unit has demanded that the government restart the Yashaswini health insurance scheme for farmers.

The Times of India 25 Jan 2022 7:50 am

Govts bicycles improve attendance at schools

A survey conducted by Grassroots Research And Advocacy Movement has found that students missing out on classes has reduced from two a month to one day or lesser because of the distribution of free bicycles to Class VIII students in the state.

The Times of India 25 Jan 2022 7:50 am

MLC demands judicial probe into murder

Hubballi: KPCC working president and MLC Saleem Ahmed has written to chief minister Basavaraj Bommai demanding a judicial inquiry into the murder of Shamir Subhansab Shahapur by members of a different community in Nargund, Gadag district. tnn

The Times of India 25 Jan 2022 7:50 am

Three die after lorry topples

Three people died when a truck fell by the side of the road in Koradur village in Haveri taluk on Monday. All the three victims were labourers. Meanwhile, three others sustained injuries.

The Times of India 25 Jan 2022 7:50 am

Man held with 1.4cr cash, 800gm gold at Mluru stn

Officials from the Railway Protection Force at the Mangaluru Junction railway station detained a man travelling with Rs 1.48 crore in cash and 800 grams of gold ornaments without any documents on the Mumbai-LTT-Ernakulam Duronto Express on Sunday.

The Times of India 25 Jan 2022 7:49 am

No power supply today

There will be no power in the Car Street area from 10am to 5pm on Tuesday. The affected areas are: Newfield Street, Car Street, Dayananda Pai College, Mahamayee Temple Road, Puthu Prabhu Lane, Corporation Bank, Gayathri Temple Road and surrounding areas.

The Times of India 25 Jan 2022 7:49 am

DK Covid fatality goes up from 6 in Dec to 19 in Jan

Dakshina Kannada district has seen a gradual increase in the number of Covid-19 fatalities as the death toll, which was six in December, has risen to 19 in January. Of the 19 deaths, 14 were reported in the last eight days.

The Times of India 25 Jan 2022 7:49 am

Only yellow shawls, dress for jatha: Kudroli temple

Kudroli Sri Gokarnanatha Temple management committee said that those who are participating in the Swabhimana Jatha should not use flags of any political parties. Instead, they should wear yellow shawls and hold yellow flags only.

The Times of India 25 Jan 2022 7:49 am

For BJP, Modi is the only guru: Hariprasad

For the BJP, Narendra Modi is the only Vishwa Guru and they dont respect other gurus, Congress MLC BK Hariprasad told reporters on Monday while raising the central governments rejection of Sri Narayana Gurus tableau from Kerala for the Republic Day parade.

The Times of India 25 Jan 2022 7:49 am

Nearly 12k addressee not found traffic violators traced

The city traffic police have traced nearly 12,000 traffic violators to whom traffic challans were sent by post since 2017-18, but had returned with acknowledgement as addressee not found. In the last two months, nearly 2000 such challans have returned.

The Times of India 25 Jan 2022 7:49 am

Achievements bigger than your age: PM to Mluru girl

PM Narendra Modi on Monday told a young dancer from Mangaluru that her achievements are much bigger than her age and told her that her art is a way of expressing the strength of the great country.

The Times of India 25 Jan 2022 7:49 am

Will file PIL if govt funds Sanskrit varsity: Activist

If the state government goes ahead with plans of sanctioning land and funds to the Karnataka Samskrita University, he will move the high court seeking a stay, said Activist and retired professor BP Mahesh Chandra Guru here on Monday.

The Times of India 25 Jan 2022 7:47 am

Somanna greenlights work order for 10k houses

Housing minister V Somanna on Monday directed authorities to issue a work order before February 10 to construct 10,060 houses for beneficiaries under the Basava Housing Scheme and the Dr BR Ambedkar Nivas Yojana for 2021-22.

The Times of India 25 Jan 2022 7:47 am

Sewage floods MCCs incomplete multi-level parking centre in CBD

The Mysuru City Corporations multi-level vehicle parking centre at Town Hall, which was initiated to solve the parking problem in the central business district, is now in a pathetic condition.

The Times of India 25 Jan 2022 7:46 am

Paediatric Covid cases on the rise in Mysuru dist

Schools have reopened amid a spike in Covid cases among children and on day one, about 60% of students turned up for the classes in government schools even as some schools preferred to continue with online classes.

The Times of India 25 Jan 2022 7:46 am

We will take up Mekedatu dam work, says Somanna

Housing Minister V Somanna on Monday said it is the BJP government which will take up the Mekedatu dam project. Speaking to reporters, Somanna said as BJP is in power both the Centre and state, there will be no delay in the implementation of the project.

The Times of India 25 Jan 2022 7:46 am

K'taka daily cases drop to 46k; positivity rate at 33%

Karnataka reported 46,426 new Covid cases on Monday, while Bengaluru accounted for 21,569 cases of them. The states daily positivity rate rose to nearly 33%, having conducted 1.4 lakh tests in the past 24 hours. Low testing was attributed to the trend seen during Sundays.

The Times of India 25 Jan 2022 7:24 am

Herbivore report to be released with tiger census in Karnataka - The New Indian Express

Herbivore report to be released with tiger census in Karnataka The New Indian Express

Google News 25 Jan 2022 6:48 am

Everyone will stick to decision of central leaders: Eshwarappa on vacant berths

Rural Development and Panchayat Raj Minister K S Eshwarappa on Monday said the decision on filling the four vacant ministerial berths will be taken by the party central leaders.

The New Indian Express 25 Jan 2022 6:45 am

Congress plans to take up protest for Mahadayi riverdiversion project

The Congress padayatra was postponed following the rising number of Covid cases in Karnataka.

The New Indian Express 25 Jan 2022 6:45 am

Karnataka co-op dept achieves over 68% target in providing agri loans - The New Indian Express

Karnataka co-op dept achieves over 68% target in providing agri loans The New Indian Express

Google News 25 Jan 2022 6:43 am

Induct new faces into Karnataka cabinetimmediately: MP Renukacharya

Addressing media persons at Honnali town, he alleged that some ministers are not even receiving phone calls of BJP MLAs.

The New Indian Express 25 Jan 2022 6:43 am

Power struggle at Kolar medical college leads to chaos

Utter chaos prevailed at the Sri Devaraj Urs Medical College over issues related to power and succession on Monday.

The New Indian Express 25 Jan 2022 6:42 am

Complete Yettinahole project by Sept, Bommai tells officials

The project was delayed over land acquisition for Byragondlu (in Tumakuru) reservoir.

The New Indian Express 25 Jan 2022 6:41 am

Kalyana Karnataka rues outsiders as district ministers

Prabhu Chavan of Bidar district has been made in-charge of Yadgir district and Textiles and Sugar Minister Shankar Patil Munekoppa has been given charge of Raichur and Bidar districts.

The New Indian Express 25 Jan 2022 6:40 am

ED searches multiple premises ofAtlas Jewellery, seizes FDs, cash

ED had initiated money laundering investigation on the basis of an FIR registered by Thrissur police against Atlas Jewellery,

The New Indian Express 25 Jan 2022 6:39 am

Duty of tribunals, courts to award just compensation: Karnataka HC

The 14-year-old student petitioner was walking on the road along with his father when a lorry came from behind and crashed into him.

The New Indian Express 25 Jan 2022 6:37 am

Curbs on hijab violate fundamental right: Forum

Hijab is an age-old form of modest dress practiced by Muslims and also by various other groups in different names.

The New Indian Express 25 Jan 2022 6:37 am

No antibiotics in new home-isolation kits in Karnataka - Deccan Herald

No antibiotics in new home-isolation kits in Karnataka Deccan Herald

Google News 25 Jan 2022 4:53 am

Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj S Bommai Chaired a Meeting of Various Cabinet Ministers ... - Latest - LatestLY

Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj S Bommai Chaired a Meeting of Various Cabinet Ministers ... - Latest LatestLY

Google News 25 Jan 2022 4:28 am

Congress plans yatras in Kittur, Kalyana Karnataka regions - Times of India

Congress plans yatras in Kittur, Kalyana Karnataka regions Times of India

Google News 25 Jan 2022 3:54 am

Pandemic effect: General medicine gets an edge in Karnataka colleges - Times of India

Pandemic effect: General medicine gets an edge in Karnataka colleges Times of India

Google News 25 Jan 2022 3:49 am

Karnataka govt launches two new digital platforms to streamline exams, document verification - Deccan Herald

Karnataka govt launches two new digital platforms to streamline exams, document verification Deccan Herald

Google News 25 Jan 2022 1:33 am

Karnataka HC enhances award from Rs 3.73 lakh to Rs 17.6 lakh to an accident victim - Deccan Herald

Karnataka HC enhances award from Rs 3.73 lakh to Rs 17.6 lakh to an accident victim Deccan Herald

Google News 25 Jan 2022 1:12 am

Karnataka: Only wear yellow shawls, dress for Swabhimana Jatha, says Kudroli temple management

Karnataka's Kudroli Sri Gokarnanatha temple management committee said that those who are participating in the Swabhimana Jatha should not use flags of any political parties.

The Times of India 24 Jan 2022 11:52 pm

Karnataka: Humiliated at showroom, farmer comes back with Rs 10 lakh in half-hour to buy vehicle!

The video of the purported incident has been widely circulated in the social media and has drawn criticism with some users accusing the sales team at the showroom of being classist.

The New Indian Express 24 Jan 2022 11:52 pm

Air India divestment set to take place on Thursday

Air India divestment set to take place on Thursday New Delhi: The divestment of national carrier Air India will take place on Thursday (January 27). In a communication to the airlines employees, a senior company official wrote: The disinvestment of Air India is now decided to be on January 27, 2022. The closing balance [] The post Air India divestment set to take place on Thursday appeared first on Mangalorean.com .

Mangalorean 24 Jan 2022 11:03 pm

Coronavirus News Highlights: Karnataka reports 46,426 new Covid-19 cases, 32 deaths - Deccan Herald

Coronavirus News Highlights: Karnataka reports 46,426 new Covid-19 cases, 32 deaths Deccan Herald

Google News 24 Jan 2022 10:56 pm

Karnataka logs 46,426 new Covid cases, 32 deaths

Karnataka logs 46,426 new Covid cases, 32 deaths Bengaluru: Karnataka logged 46,426 new Covid cases against 41,703 discharges on Monday, as well as another 32 deaths. Positivity rate was 32.95 per cent and case fatality rate 0.06 per cent. Total number of active patients in the state as on Monday is 3,62,487. Bengaluru Urban [] The post Karnataka logs 46,426 new Covid cases, 32 deaths appeared first on Mangalorean.com .

Mangalorean 24 Jan 2022 10:38 pm

Northern Command chief pays visit to his first commanding officer and mentor

Northern Command chief pays visit to his first commanding officer and mentor ArrayJammu: General Officer-Commanding-in-Chief, Northern Command, Lt General Y.K. Joshi, paid a visit to his first Commanding Officer, Colonel K.S. Jamwal, VSM (Retired), at his residence in Jammu. The Army Commander was commissioned into 13 JAK RIF known as the Bravest of the [] The post Northern Command chief pays visit to his first commanding officer and mentor appeared first on Mangalorean.com .

Mangalorean 24 Jan 2022 10:33 pm

Karnataka: For BJP, Modi is only guru, says Congress MLC B K Hariprasad - Times of India

Karnataka: For BJP, Modi is only guru, says Congress MLC B K Hariprasad Times of India

Google News 24 Jan 2022 10:27 pm

Karnataka ACB should be brought under Lokayukta, says watchdogs outgoing chief - The Indian Express

Karnataka ACB should be brought under Lokayukta, says watchdogs outgoing chief The Indian Express

Google News 24 Jan 2022 10:24 pm

Gangadhar Kadekar creates new record by swimming 3.5 km in Sea with legs chained

Gangadhar Kadekar creates new record by swimming 3.5 km in Sea with legs chained Udupi: Gangadhar G Kadekar created a new record on January 24 in the Golden Book of World Records by swimming a distance of 3.5 km in the sea with both his legs and hands chained. The record was done at Padukere [] The post Gangadhar Kadekar creates new record by swimming 3.5 km in Sea with legs chained appeared first on Mangalorean.com .

Mangalorean 24 Jan 2022 10:11 pm

District in-charge ministers allotted in Karnataka, Bengaluru Urban with CM Bommai

Politics Revenue Minister R Ashoka and Law and Parliamentary Affairs Minister J C Madhuswamy have not been assigned any districts. PTI Almost six months into his government coming to office, Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai on Monday, January 24, allocated districts among the Ministers of his Cabinet, of which they will be in-charge, while keeping the key Bengaluru Urban district with himself. Effecting a complete change to the previous BS Yediyurappa-led BJP government, CM Bommai has not assigned any minister their home districts under which their Assembly constituency comes. While at least two senior ministers Revenue Minister R Ashoka and Law and Parliamentary Affairs Minister J C Madhuswamy have not been assigned any districts, three Ministers BC Patil, K Gopalaiah and Shankar B Patil Munenakoppa have been allocated two districts each. This is the first time after the Bommai government came to power that each district has got an in-charge Minister, as earlier Ministers were assigned districts only for COVID-19 management and for flag-hoisting at headquarters on Independence Day. As indicated recently, the Chief Minister, who will complete six months in office on January 28, will continue to remain Minister in-charge for Bengaluru development. This even as senior Minister V Somanna, currently holding the Housing portfolio, had openly expressed his desire to be made in-charge of Bengaluru amid reports that some city legislators and ministers were expressing their reservation internally about a move to give the post to Revenue Minister R Ashoka, considered close to Bommai. With the Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike elections due to take place, it was earlier widely expected that the responsibility of Bengaluru development would be allocated to a senior minister from the city. However, the Chief Minister has retained it like his predecessor BS Yediyurappa did, keeping in view the number of aspirants for it. Interestingly, B Sriramulu, who represents Molakalmooru Assembly segment in Chitradurga, has got his home district of Ballari; while C N Ashwath Narayana continues as Ramanagra district in-charge, where he seems to be in a turf war with Congress' DK Sivakumar and DK Suresh. The ministers and districts allocated to them are Govind Karjol (Belagavi), KS Eshwarappa (Chikkamagaluru), V Somanna (Chamarajnagara), Umesh Katti (Vijayapura), S Angara (Udupi), Araga Jnanendra (Tumakuru), CC Patil (Bagalkote), Anand Singh (Koppal), Kota Shrinivas Poojari (Uttara Kannada), Prabhu Chauhan (Yadgir) and Murugesh Nirani (Kalaburagi). Also, Shivaram Hebbar (Haveri), ST Somashekar (Mysuru), B C Patil (Chitradurga and Gadag), BA Basavaraj (Davangere), K Sudhakar (Bengaluru Rural), K Gopalaiah (Hassan and Mandya), Shashikala Jolle (Vijayanagara), MTB Nagaraj (Chikkaballapura), KC Narayana Gowda (Shivamogga), BC Nagesh (Kodagu), Sunil Kumar (Dakshina Kannada), Halappa Achar (Dharwad), Shankar B Patil Munenakoppa (Raichur and Bidar), and Munirathna (Kolar). According to party sources, despite demand from several Ministers to be made in-charge of their home districts, the Chief Minister has decided against it while making appointments. Interestingly, the appointment of district in-charge Ministers has come at a time when Bommai is under pressure from party legislators to expand or rejig his Cabinet. However, there are talks in party circles that the expansion or reshuffle of the Cabinet is likely, only after the Assembly elections in five States. There are currently 30 Ministers in the State Cabinet, including the Chief Minister, against the sanctioned strength of 34.

The News Minute 24 Jan 2022 9:17 pm

Karnataka: 16- year-old from Mangaluru interacts with PM Modi virtually - Times of India

Karnataka: 16- year-old from Mangaluru interacts with PM Modi virtually Times of India

Google News 24 Jan 2022 9:15 pm

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Mangalorean 24 Jan 2022 7:37 pm

Karnataka Congress, Billava leaders protest exclusion of Sri Narayana Guru tableau from R-Day parade - The Indian Express

Karnataka Congress, Billava leaders protest exclusion of Sri Narayana Guru tableau from R-Day parade The Indian Express

Google News 24 Jan 2022 7:21 pm

Statue of St Sebastian vandalized in Coimbatore, case registered

Statue of St Sebastian vandalized in Coimbatore, case registered Chennai: Coimbatore police have registered a case against two unidentified men who had allegedly vandalized a statue of St Sebastian at a church in Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu. The incident took place late on Sunday. According to the Police, the statue of St Sebastian at the [] The post Statue of St Sebastian vandalized in Coimbatore, case registered appeared first on Mangalorean.com .

Mangalorean 24 Jan 2022 7:15 pm

Showroom salesman mocks farmers looking for a new car. They return with Rs 10 lakh

Controversy A group of farmers in Karnatakas Tumakuru wanted to buy a pick-up truck when they were told they couldnt afford it. But they made a movie-style comeback. Aditi Kumar Screengrab It looked like a scene out of a movie. When a group of farmers went to a Mahindra car showroom in Karnatakas Tumakuru to buy a new pick-up truck, they were taunted by the car showroom salesman over their clothes and appearance. He said, I wouldn't even have Rs 10, let alone Rs 10 lakh to buy the car, a farmer is heard saying in a now-viral video that has captured the movie-style comeback for the farmers. Kempe Gowda, a farmer from Ramanapalya, and a group of his friends and relatives reached the showroom and began to look at the cars. However, they began to get snide remarks and taunts from some employees at the showroom. They laughed at us and pointed towards our clothes. They felt that I'm not in a position to pay the money. One of their field officers told me, You probably don't even have Rs 10, you will buy this vehicle? He even said that those who come to buy a vehicle don't come to the showroom the way we had, Kempe Gowda said. Then, Kempe Gowda said, one of the employees said he would deliver the car to them if they were able to procure Rs 10 lakh in 30 minutes. We were standing there and (the employees) were laughing at us. No one came to support us, he said. Mahindra Car showroom salesman taunted a farmer aftr seeing his attire when he visited showroom to buy Bolero Pik-up. Farmer Kempegowda alleged field officer of showroom made fun of farmer & his attire, told him tat car is not worth 10 rupees for him to buy. @anandmahindra pic.twitter.com/9fXbc5naY7 Sagay Raj P || (@sagayrajp) January 23, 2022 But Kempe Gowda and his friends insisted that their booking be noted down.Gowda kept his promise and came back with Rs 10 lakh in half an hour, and expected the employee to keep his word and deliver the car they wanted. However, the car was not delivered to Kempe Gowda. The employee was reportedly unable to keep his word as the waitlist was long. Kempe Gowda is heard saying that they would consider going to the police to resolve the issue in a fair way. We can file a police complaint. If there is a fault on our side we will apologise. On your side, you must promise to never treat farmers this way, he said. The matter did end up going to the police, and a complaint with the showroom employees written apology was filed. But deciding that the apology was not enough, the group reportedly walked away without the car, but with Rs 10 lakh in hand. With PTI inputs

The News Minute 24 Jan 2022 7:15 pm

Karnataka HC quashes drugs cases against Bengaluru socialite over procedural lapses - The Indian Express

Karnataka HC quashes drugs cases against Bengaluru socialite over procedural lapses The Indian Express

Google News 24 Jan 2022 7:11 pm

Rajasthan man held in Mangaluru for carrying unaccounted cash, gold worth Rs 1.88 crore

Mahendra Singh Rao, a native of Udaipur district, was arrested by the RPF during a preventive check ahead of Republic Day on Sunday when he was travelling on the Mumbai LTT-Ernakulam Duronto Express

The New Indian Express 24 Jan 2022 6:59 pm

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Mangalorean 24 Jan 2022 6:43 pm

Youth JD(S) Holds Jatha Against Exclusion of Sree Narayana Guru tableau from Republic Day Parade

Youth JD(S) Holds Jatha Against Exclusion of Sree Narayana Guru tableau from Republic Day Parade Mangaluru: The Youth JD(S) held a Jatha on January 24, against the Central government for denying permission for the tableaux of Sree Narayana Guru, proposed by the Kerala Government during the Republic Day parade in New Delhi. The vehicle Jatha [] The post Youth JD(S) Holds Jatha Against Exclusion of Sree Narayana Guru tableau from Republic Day Parade appeared first on Mangalorean.com .

Mangalorean 24 Jan 2022 6:43 pm

Karnataka CM Bommai reshuffles ministers in charge of districts, keeps Bengaluru for himself

In what is regarded as a strategy to curb internal bickering within the party, most of the ministers were not appointed in charge of the respective districts from which they hailed

The New Indian Express 24 Jan 2022 6:40 pm